Newport Folk Concerts

  1. Arlo Guthrie: Cut-Up With a Conscience Newport Folk: Arlo Guthrie: Cut-Up With a Conscience Hippie troubador/monologist and son of Woody Guthrie satirizes the FBI and rules on the beach in his wry spoken word intros to tunes in this '68 concert.
  2. Richie Havens, Newport 2008 Newport Folk: Richie Havens, Newport 2008 Older, wise, and no less passionate, Havens entranced the Newport audience with songs old and new in this stellar set.
  3. Roy Acuff and the Smokey Mountain Boys Newport Folk: Roy Acuff and the Smokey Mountain Boys Acuff and the boys brought a taste of Appalachia to the lawns of Newport in the summer of 1968.
  4. Taj Mahal Newport Folk: Taj Mahal Even at this early stage of his career Taj Mahal was breathing new life into the blues and delivering charismatic performances.
  5. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee Newport Folk: Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee A classic Sonny and Brownie performance. Close your eyes and be spirited away.
  6. Tim Buckley plays Newport Folk 1968 Newport Folk: Tim Buckley plays Newport Folk 1968 This performance reveals Buckley beginning to create the new musical hybrid that would anchor his legacy. This is folk music to be sure, but evolving into a form beyond folk's boundaries.
  7. Best of Newport Folk
    1. Taj Mahal
    2. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
    3. Tim Buckley plays Newport Folk 1968
    4. Trey Anastasio
    5. Muddy Waters
    6. Brandi Carlile
    7. The Everly Brothers & Dad
    8. Joan Baez
    9. Cowboy Junkies
  8. Trey Anastasio Newport Folk: Trey Anastasio Phish fans will love this set. Just Trey on acoustic guitar, playing a wide range of both Phish and solo material in evocative presentations.
  9. Muddy Waters Newport Folk: Muddy Waters Stripped down to vocal, attitude, classic riffs and his piercing slide technique, this is un-enhanced, undiluted Muddy Waters laid out clear for all to hear.
  10. Brandi Carlile Newport Folk: Brandi Carlile Carlile delivers her timeless, passionate songs on a beautiful summer's day at Newport
  11. The Everly Brothers & Dad Newport Folk: The Everly Brothers & Dad Brothers Don and Phil join their long-retired guitar-playing Daddy Ike on a superb set of old-timey tunes at the 1969 Newport Folk Festival.